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Tower Hamlets Cemetery Park, London
(4.6/5 based on 35 reviews on the web)
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  • Tower Hamlets Cemetery Park is a wildlife oasis in London. Designated a Local Nature Preserve within urban London, it offers a delightful nature walk with its many overgrown English Plane trees, myria...  more »
  • I was blown away when we first discovered this cemetery park when we first moved to London in 2010. Since then I have walked here often, attended a few festivals here and general fallen in love with t...  more »
  • Wow! What a hidden gem; a peaceful, beautiful place to wander through. Hard to believe you're still in London. Highly recommend a relaxed wander through the pathways among the film set like scenery. 
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  • I cannot believe I never visited before. So much atmosphere. It's a magical place.
  • Lovely place for a walk. Lots of wild flowers in the woodland areas, and honey bees are kept in the northern part of the park. Went here for the first time to get some pictures of a family dog in a nice setting, and it didn't fail to deliver great outdoor pictures.
  • A beautiful, peaceful, secluded nature reserve in east London. This location is nice to visit during any season, and especially poignant given its former use.
  • A unique get away from the hustle and bustle of the big city.
  • Though not as alluring as some of the other "Magnificent Seven" cemeteries of London, this one is still worth a visit. I don't know how to put this without sounding morbid but there's more "space" here than the other ones we've been to so at times it does feel more like a park than a cemetery. Don't be surprised to find runners jogging through or parents taking their toddlers for a stroll.